SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — As the weather gets nicer, a lot of us ditch our cars and find another way to get to work. That could be riding a bike, walking or hopping on the bus. Those habits could help your company win a county-wide competition. The city of Springfield is just one the workplaces that’s … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Online registration for the 2013 Business Commute Challenge opened Monday. This annual competition gives local businesses and their employees a chance to outdo one another, by finding ways to drive less and rethink their commute. This years challenge will take place May 11-17, making competitors find an alternative route to work for … Continue reading »
May 18, 2012 EUGENE, Ore. — The 2012 Business Commute Challenge wraps up Friday. All week we profiled participating businesses as they shared their ideas to reduce their carbon footprint. Here is our fifth and final business: Feeney Wireless of west Eugene.
May 17, 2012 EUGENE, Ore. — There are only two days to go in this week’s Business Commute Challenge. Local businesses are competing to reduce their carbon footprint. Here’s a look at one of those businesses — Foley Vision Center.
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — We are in the thick of the Business Commute Challenge — a competition to see which local business can reduce its carbon footprint. Employees can biking, bus or carpool to work. Here is a look at the Springfield business Momentive Specialty Chemicals. This is its second year in the competition.
By Nha Nguyen SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Two lucky winners in the Business Commute Challenge got to test their “big rig” driving skills Wednesday. Employees from Feeny Wireless and Umpqua Bank took co-workers on a ride through the parking lot. Drivers picked up passengers and even dodged people in the form of bright orange barrels. It … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — All this week on KEZI 9 News, we’re profiling businesses competing in the Business Commute Challenge. One of the businesses that’s participating this year also won the challenge last year: Systems West Engineering.
EUGENE, Ore. — The Business Commute Challenge kicks off this week. It’s a competition between locals businesses to see which can reduce its carbon footprint. Employees can bike, car pool, or take the bus to work. All this week, KEZI 9 News will profile some of the businesses competing in the challenge. Up first is … Continue reading »